Anishinabek Nation HIV Program to premiere mini-documentary series during virtual launch of HIV Anti-Stigma Campaign

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In July of 1764 near what the Anishinabek called “the crooked place” – Niagara Falls – Sir William Johnson, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for British North America, met with some 2500 Chiefs and headmen to create an alliance that would be key to they creation of Canada. – illustration by Charles Hebert
In July of 1764 near what the Anishinabek called “the crooked place” – Niagara Falls – Sir William Johnson, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for British North America, met with some 2500 Chiefs and headmen to create an alliance that would be key to they creation of Canada. – illustration by Charles Hebert

The Anishinabek Nation HIV Program began the virtual launch of the HIV Anti-Stigma Campaign on November 26 and will culminate December 1 on World AIDS Day. The virtual launch will include scheduled sessions featuring the premiere of the mini-documentary series including live commentary from the featured speakers, Anishinabek Nation leadership and HIV Coordinator, and mini-documentary Cinematographer/Editor. 

WHAT:      HIV Anti-Stigma Campaign Virtual Launch

WHO:        Mary Elliott, Krista Shore, Carol Jones, Dawn Cameron, Laura Liberty,
Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Glen Hare, and Ed Regan

WHERE:    Join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83197610637

WHEN:      December 1: When They Know with Carol Jones and Live. Love. Laugh. with Dawn Cameron,

The session is scheduled for 2:00pm to 3:00pm where each featured speaker is welcomed to share additional commentary with viewers, as well as have the opportunity for questions and answers from viewers.


The Anishinabek Nation is a political advocate for 39 member First Nations across Ontario, representing approximately 65,000 citizens.  The Anishinabek Nation is the oldest political organization in Ontario and can trace its roots back to the Confederacy of Three Fires, which existed long before European contact.